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RE: st: AW: Popularity of R, SAS, SPSS, Stata...

From   "Muenchen, Robert A (Bob)" <>
To   <>
Subject   RE: st: AW: Popularity of R, SAS, SPSS, Stata...
Date   Sun, 20 Jun 2010 14:22:16 -0400

> Stas Kolenikov wrote: ...
>If researchers publishing papers with data analysis were required to
>indicate their package, that would help quite a bit. I searched Google
>Scholar for Stata, SAS and SPSS, constraining the publication year to
>2009, and got 32900, 175000 and 44800.

I've been off to Google Scholar and have been quickly reminded why I
gave up previously. Here are some search results for SAS constrained
only by the year of publication==2009:

SAS - 7,510 but most of these are way off base. Not sure why we got such
different results.

"SAS" - 730 These are much better as the quotes eliminate spaces between
the letters. But included are all the papers on:

Sythetic Aperture Sonar
Simulating an Automated System
Swarm AlgorithS
Semi-Active Suspensions
San Andreas System
Supervisory Attentional Systems
Semi-Algebraic Systems...

"SAS Institute" - 221, many by people listing SAS Institute as their



 Each software is idiosyncratic:
>should you give a link to or should you
>give a link to or to SSC? And since R does not have
>support in the sense the commercial vendors do, [R-help] is the only
>source of support, and the number of subscribers to [R-help] should be
>compared to the sum of the number subscribers to Statalist and the
>number of people who contacted Stata tech-support@.
>Stas Kolenikov, also found at
>Small print: I use this email account for mailing lists only.
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